What to do in Nashville
Nashville has an abundance of entertainment and culture, from street musicians to historical landmarks dating back to its settlement in 1779, to the world famous Grand Ole Opry, and a myriad of museums including the enormous Country Music Hall of Fame, and Elvis' recording studio. For landmarks, you can visit Andrew Jackson's lovely Hermitage home just outside the city or a fabulous reconstruction of Athens' Parthenon. The city can be explored by both the streets and the river, which is lined on either side with street musicians and lively bars and restaurants. The energy surrounding Nashville's music scene has also spilled over into its arts and fashion scene, both of which are blossoming all around the city. There are a number of art galleries, museums, and top of the line fashion outlets. To escape the city, there is also nearby Radnor Lake State Park, Cheekwood Botanical Gardens & Art Museum, the spacious Centennial Park, and of course a lottery of inspiring lake property near the city's outskirts.
Where to dine
A great city is only as great as it's dining, and Nashville more than lives up to the hype. The rich restaurant scene is probably one of the best in the country, regardless of what type of food you are in to. Tennessee is famous for its BBQ, so you should be sure to put it to the test, as each state does it differently. For a taste of Nashville's finest, visit Loveless Cafe, Peg Leg Porker BBQ, or the famous Jack's Bar-B-Que, for a great deal on a family feast. For a downtown visit, hit up Merchant's Restaurant or Demo's Steak and Spaghetti House for an authentic Nashville meal.
Rentals in Nashville
Rentals in and nearby Nashville are available now on Beachouse.com. You are sure to find your ideal site to enjoy Nashville and the Tennessee countryside from. It has never been easier to grab a spot for you and your family than it is today. Nashville awaits!